A Cappella Performers Cover Adele With Impressive Patty-Cake Technique

by Jess Catcher
Jess grew up in Oklahoma before moving to New York to become a writer. She has a cat named Agnes.

There are certain artists in the entertainment industry with talent so astounding that they can’t help but inspire others with their performances.

English songstress Adele definitely falls into this category with her groundbreaking ballads and stunning vocals. It’s simply impossible to listen to her sing without feeling every emotion described the moving lyrics. It’s no surprise that so many of her fans have been motivated to give the songs a shot themselves. Besides, you never know it when it might land you onstage right next to the amazing woman herself!

While traditional performances with instruments are no less impressive, there’s something extra phenomenal about an a cappella group being able to bring a song to life without so much as a single guitar strum.

The group below takes that to a whole new level as they cover one of Adele’s latest singles, “Send My Love (To Your New Lover).” Rather than relying on any drums to keep the beat for them, the quartet uses an elaborate patty-cake routine to round out the rhythm of the song.

To be honest, I get a little dizzy just watching them. I can’t imagine having that much control over my voice and hands at the same time, let alone make it sound as beautiful as they do. Led by Kurt Schneider and Sam Tsui, they’re joined by fellow vocalists Madilyn Bailey and Alex G to create this truly stunning rendition. Sitting outside in what appears to be a baseball field, these singers will leave your spine tingling for more.

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